MG 1367 New Jersey Ephemera Collection 1800 – Present

 

Archives Documents, Manuscripts, Maps, & Photographs

 

NEW JERSEY EPHEMERA COLLECTION , 1800-present. 20.5 ln. ft. MG 1367

 

 

Arranged by ephemera type and then
chronologically.

 

 

The Ephemera Collection is an open collection of collected printed matter relating mostly to New Jersey. Included are menus, business cards, invitations, greeting
cards, programs, fugitive items, and scrapbooks.  The
Menus
, (1840-present. 2 ft).consist of food selections of New
Jersey restaurants, clubs, banquets and other business’ serving
food.  The Business cards, (ca, 1870s-1990s 2.25 ft).
and trade cards include product information or advertisements for
food, soap, patent medicine, and clothing from New Jersey, the
U.S. and Europe.  Also includes cards for Speakeasys during
Prohibition and the Clark Thread Co. of Newark. The Invitations
(1800-1990’s, 1.5 ft) consist of invitations to New Jersey
weddings, social functions, political events and other events.
The Programs, (1825-1990’s, 3.5 ft) are for  theater
shows, musical events, parades, monument unveilings, and other
events. The Programs are for programs in Newark (1870s-1990s) and
elsewhere. The Greeting cards. (19th-20th century. 2.5
ft). are for Christmas, Easter, New Years, Halloween,
Thanksgiving and Valentines Day. and Birthdays. Also cards
concerning sympathy, railroads and Westminster Lesson cards. The
miscellaneous or Fugitive ephemera (19th & 20th
century. 4 25 ft) include admission tickets,  announcements,
bill heads, instruction booklets, toy or gift books, book plates,
calling cards, calendars, certificates, dance cards, tallies for
dances, Newark Ward election tickets, membership cards &
lists, nature scenes, Newark street guides/advertisements,
observances, poems, election campaign flyers, .school functions
(Phillipsburg, 1890-1915 and elsewhere), stamps, stock
certificates, tax forms, election and railroad tickets, railroad
timetables and transfers, tokens of merit, World War I materials,
and World War II ration books. The Scrapbooks (21 volumes,
late 19th century, 4 ft), consist mostly of collected
ephemera especially trade cards and greeting cards, engravings
clipped from magazines, and a variety of colorful 19th
century printed items.

 

 

 

 


EPHEMERA COLLECTIONS

 

 

New Jersey Menus,
1840-present. 2 ft.

 

 

Menus of New Jersey restaurants, clubs,
occasionals and other business’ serving food.

 

 

Box 1

 

 

1/1
New Jersey Menus, N.D.

 

1/2
New Jersey Menus, Pre 1840.

 

1/3-1/4
New Jersey Menus,1840-1849.

 

1/5
New Jersey Menus, 1850-1859.

 

1/6
New Jersey Menus, 1860-1869.

 

1/7
New Jersey Menus, 1870-1879.

 

1/8
New Jersey Menus, 1880-1889.

 

1/9-1/10
New Jersey Menus, 1890-1899 (2)

 

1/11
New Jersey Menus, 1900.

 

1/12
New Jersey Menus, 1901.

 

1/13
New Jersey Menus, 1902.

 

1/14-1/15
New Jersey Menus, 1903 (2).

 

1/16
New Jersey Menus, 1904.

 

1/17-1/18
New Jersey Menus, 1905 (2).

 

 

Box  2

 

 

2/1
New Jersey Menus, 1906.

 

2/2-2/3
New Jersey Menus, 1907 (2).

 

2/4
New Jersey Menus, 1908.

 

2/5
New Jersey Menus, 1909.

 

2/6-2/7
New Jersey Menus, 1910 (2).

 

2/8
New Jersey Menus, 1911.

 

2/9
New Jersey Menus, 1912.

 

2/10
New Jersey Menus, 1913.

 

2/11
New Jersey Menus, 1914.

 

2/12
New Jersey Menus, 1915.

 

 

Box 3

 

 

3/1
New Jersey Menus, 1916.

 

3/2-3/3
New Jersey Menus, 1917.

 

3/4
New Jersey Menus, 1918.

 

3/5
New Jersey Menus, 1919.

 

3/6-3/9
New Jersey Menus, 1920-1929 (4).

 

3/10
New Jersey Menus, 1930-1939.

 

3/11
New Jersey Menus, 1940-1949.

 

3/12-3/13
New Jersey Menus, 1950-1959 (2).

 

3/14-3/15
New Jersey Menus, 1960-1969 (2).

 

 

Box  4

 

 

4/1-4/2
New Jersey Menus, 1970-1979 (2).

 

4/3-4/4
New Jersey Menus, 1980-1989 (2).

 

4/4-4/8
New Jersey Menus, Newark–Essex Club, 1990s. (4).

 

4/9-4/10
New Jersey Menus, 1995-1996.

 

 

OS
New Jersey Menus (oversize), various

 

 

 

 

Ephemera-New Jersey Business Cards,
ca, 1870s-1990s. (bulk 1880s-1920s). Business cards and trade
cares include color printed images, cartoons, and other images or
printed card with business addresses or product information or
advertisements. Cards for business and products including food,
soap, patent medicine, clothing. Cards from New Jersey, the U.S.
and Europe. Includes cards for Speakeasys during Prohibition and
Newark Clarks Threads.

 

 

Box 5

 

 

5/1
Business cards, Asbury Park.

 

5/2
Business cards, Atlantic City

 

5/3
Business cards, Belvidere.

 

5/4
Business cards, Bloomfield.

 

5/5
Business cards, Centreville.

 

5/6
Business cards, Elizabeth.

 

5/7
Business cards, Flemington.

 

5/8
Business cards, Freehold.

 

5/9
Business cards, Frenchtown.

 

5/10
Business cards, Hackettstown.

 

5/11
Business cards, Hoboken.

 

5/12
Business cards, Jersey City.

 

5/13
Business cards, Lake Hopatcong.

 

5/14
Business cards, Morristown.

 

5/15-5/20
Business cards, Newark (6 folders).

 

 

Box 6

 

 

6/1-6/5
Business cards, Newark (5 folders)

 

6/6
Business cards, Newark—Clark’s Thread and other thread
companies

 

6/7
Business cards, Newark/elsewhere. Misc. thread companies.

 

6/8
Business cards, New Brunswick.

 

6/9
Business cards, Newton.

 

6/10
Business cards, the Oranges.

 

6/11-13
Business cards, Paterson.

 

6/14
Business cards, Paterson-Marshall & Ball Clothiers

 

6a/1
Business cards, Red Bank.

 

6a/2
Business cards, Somerville.

 

6/a3
Business cards, Springfield.

 

6a/4
Business cards, Trenton.

 

6a/5
Business cards, Washington

 

6/a6
Business cards, New Jersey  misc.

 

6a/7
Business cards, Connecticut.

 

 

 

Box 7

 

 

7/1
Business cards, Delaware.

 

7/2
Business cards, Georgia.

 

7/3
Business cards, Illinois.

 

7/4
Business cards, Indiana & Kentucky.

 

7/5
Business cards, Maryland.

 

7/6
Business cards, Massachusetts.

 

7/7
Business cards, Michigan.

 

7/8
Business cards, Minnesota.

 

7/9
Business cards, Missouri.

 

7/10
Business cards, Misc. General.

 

7/11
Business cards, New Hampshire.

 

7/12-7/17
Business cards, New York (5 folders)

 

7/18
Business cards, North Carolina.

 

7/19
Business cards, Ohio.

 

7/20-7/21
Business cards, Pennsylvania (2 folders).

 

7/22
Business cards, Rhode Island.

 

7/23
Business cards, Vermont.

 

7/24
Business cards, Canada.

 

7/25
Business cards, England.

 

 

Box 8

 

 

8/1
Business cards, France

 

8/2
Business cards, clothes.

 

8/3
Business cards, misc. drugs & cosmetics.

 

8/4-8/5
Business cards, misc. flowers & bird (2 folders).

 

8/6
Business cards,  food.

 

8/7
Business cards,  soap, polishes & starches.

 

8/8
Business cards,  sewing machines.

 

8/9
Business cards, Speakeasy cards.

 

8/10
Business cards, misc.

 

 

 

New Jersey Invitations,
1800-1990’s. 2 ft.

 

 

Box 10

 

 

10/1-10/4
nJ invitations, no date.

 

10/5
nJ invitations, 1800-1829.

 

10/6
nJ invitations, 1830-1839.

 

10/7
nJ invitations, 1840-1849.

 

10/8
nJ invitations, 1850-1859.

 

10/9
nJ invitations, 1860-1869.

 

10/10
nJ invitations, 1870-1879.

 

10/11-10/12     nJ
invitations, 1880-1889 (2 folders).

 

10/13-10/14     nJ
invitations, 1890-1899 (3).

 

 

Box 11

 

 

11/1
NJ invitations, 1890-1899.

 

11/2-11/5
nJ invitations, 1900-1909 (4).

 

11/6-11/9
nJ invitations, 1910-1919 (4).

 

 

Box 12

 

 

12/1-12/4
nJ invitations, 1920-1929 (4).

 

12/5-12/6
nJ invitations, 1930-1939 (2).

 

12/7
nJ invitations, 1940-1949.

 

12/8
nJ invitations, 1950-1959.

 

12/9-12/10
nJ invitations, 1960-1969 (2).

 

12/11-12/13     nJ
invitations, 1970-1979 (2).

 

12/14
nJ invitations, 1980-1989.

 

12/15
NJ invitations/dedications and other miscellany.

 

 

Fugitive ephemera (misc. printed
matter),
19th & 20th century. 4 1/2 ft.

 

 

Box 13

 

 

13/1-13/5
Admission Tickets-mostly New Jersey places, events. (5).

 

13/6
Admission Ticket-World Cup, 1994,

 

13/7-13/11
Announcements (5)

 

13/12-13/13     Bill
heads-bills, receipts, retailers, services (2).

 

 

Box 14

 

 

14/1
Bill heads- (New Jersey interest).

 

14/2
Books, Instruction (instruction booklets).

 

14/3-14/6
Books, Toy or gift books (4).

 

14/7-14/8
Book Plates & Printers Plates (2).

 

14/8a
Brochures

 

14/8b
Bumper Stickers/Decals (political, sports, arts, NJ Turnpike)

 

14/9-14/12
Calling/Visiting Cards—New Jersey People (4).

 

 

Box 15

 

 

15/1
Calling /Visiting cards–NJ People.

 

15/2-15/7
Calendars (6).

 

15/8-15/12
Certificates (5)

 

 

Box 16

 

.

 

16/1-16/3
Dance Cards/Tallies for dances (3).

 

16/4-16/5
Government–Newark—Ward election tickets etc. (2).

 

16/6
Membership cards & lists.

 

16/7-16/13
Miscellaneous (7).

 

16/14
Nature/floral/animal scenes.

 

 

Box 17

 

 

16a/1
Newark–misc.—street guides/advertisements.

 

16a/2
Observances.

 

16a/3
Poems, verse, etc.

 

16a/4
Politics, general (Ward tickets, campaign flyers).

 

16a/5
Politics, Newark and Orange ward election tickets, national
elections.

 

16a/6
Politics/voting materials.  (see also bumper stickers)

 

17/1-17/4
Receipts–New Jersey organizations (4).

 

17/5
Schedules (Sports) and Scorecards/books.

 

17/6

Schools.

 

17/7-17/8
School
function programs–Phillipsburg, 1890-1915.

 

17/9
Seating Lists (NJ dinners).

 

 

Box 17a

 

 

17a/1
Postcards with embossed stamps.

 

17a/2
Envelopes/stamped and postmarked.

 

17a/3
Unstamped/postmarked NJ envelopes.

 

17a/4
Unstamped postmarked NJ envelopes, 1840s–.

 

17a/5
Embossed envelopes, 1890s-1920s.

 

17a/6
Bicentennial post cards.

 

17a/7
Embossed postcards, 1887. Jefferson/Adams.

 

17a/8
Embossed Postcards, 1880s & 1970s. John Witherspoon/Molly
Pitcher.

 

17a/9
Thomas Edison 3 cent stamp sheet.

 

17a/10
Thomas Edison first day covers, 1929.

 

17a/11
Thomas Edison Inc. scrip. Edison “Now is time to buy”
check.

 

17a/12
New Jersey Tercentenary stamps, 1964.

 

17a/13
New Jersey Tercentenary first day covers, 1964.

 

17a/14
Nassau Hall, Princeton first day cover stamp, 1956.

 

17a/15
First day cover stamps. Various historic NJ events1937-1976.

 

17a/17
Postage stamps/Revenue stamps. George Washington, 1860s.-1950s.

 

17A/17
Postage stamps. NJ anniversaries. Benjamin Franklin…etc.

 

17a/18
Revenue Stamps. One marked at Brick Church, NJ.

 

17a/19
Postage stamps including Bicentennial, Confederate & Peace
Stamps.

 

17a/20
First day cover stamps. U.S. Constitution bicentennial, 1987.

 

17a/21
Trading Stamps for Two Guys Department Store, ca. 1960s.

 

17a/22
Citizen’s Relief Committee cards promoting employment during
the depression.

 

17a/23
Newark Dept. of Public Safety Soldier’s Pass for Fire
Grounds. Stamped permission of  William J. Brennan.

 

17a/24             Postcards: Ideal Beach (Keansburg); Shrewsbury River (Long Branch); Elberon Hotel; old Library Rutgers College; Glen Rock; possible Wildwood beach scene; North American Russian Orthodox Theological Seminary (Tenafly)

 

 

 

 

 

Box 18

 

 

 

 

 

18/1-18/9
Stamps. Commemorative issues. Most from Isle of Jersey, England.

 

 

Box 18a

 

 

18a/1
Salem Glass Works paper money, 1870.

 

18a/2
Cedarville Button Factory scrip, 1830s.

 

18a/3
Town of Lodi Depression scrip.

 

18a/4               Early Newark Department Store credit cards for Bamberger’s, Kresge, L.S.P. (L.S. Plaut & Co.), Hahne & Co., a Hahne & Co. credit card holder, and a small Hahne & Co. paper bag.

 

18a/5               Bamberger’s ephemera

 

18a/6
Misc. scrip. Patent medicine scrip, satirical notes, misc. notes.

 

18a/7
Sample bank checks, Newark.

 

18a/8
Hoboken Land Improvement Co. checks and stock certificates.

 

18a/9-18a/14   Stock certificates
(6).

 

18a/15-18a/18 Tax Forms—New Jersey
Localities (3).

 

 

Box 19

 

 

19/1
Tax Forms–NJ localities (4).

 

19/2
Tickets, misc.

 

19/3
Tickets of admission. (see box 13: Admission tickets)

 

19/4
Railroad timetables (NJ).

 

19/5-19/8
Tickets, railroads of NJ (4).

 

19/9
Tickets–transportation.

 

19/10
Tickets-timetables 1864–.

 

19/11-19/12     Timetables
(railroads) (2).

 

 

 

 

Box 20

 

 

20/1-20/9
Timetables (railroads) (9).

 

20/10
NJ Turnpike toll cards with NJ history information on back, 1976.

 

20/11
Tokens of Merit (NJ schools, pupils).

 

 

Box 21

 

 

21/1
Tokens of Merit (NJ schools, pupils).

 

21/2
Transfers (railroad).

 

21/3
World War I–general.

 

21/4
World War II–ration books.

 

21/5
World War II—ration  books of Mrs. Harold Dennis.

 

21/6
World War II—ration books.

 

 

Box 21a

 

 

21a/1
Blotters with advertisements for Provident Bank, Jersey City and
other businesses.

 

21a/2
Blotters with advertisements.

 

21a/3-4
Matchbox covers and boxes.

 

 

New Jersey Programs,
1825-1990’s. Portions of the performing arts programs were added
to this segment from MG 1270 (which no longer exists).

 

 

Box 22

 

 

22/1
NJ Programs- Events, 1890- 1900, no date.

 

22/2
NJ Programs- Events, 1901- 1902.

 

22/3
NJ Programs- Events, 1903- 1904.

 

22/4
NJ Programs- Events, 1905.

 

22/5
NJ Programs- Events, 1906-1908.

 

22/6-22/7
NJ Programs- Events, 1902 (2).

 

22/8
NJ Programs, 1910- 1911.

 

22/9
NJ Programs, 1912- 1913.

 

 

Box 23

 

 

23/1
NJ Programs- Events, 1914- 1919.

 

23/2-23/3
NJ Programs- Events, 1920- 1929 (2).

 

23/4-23/6
NJ Programs- Events, 1930- 1939 (3).

 

23/7
NJ Programs- Events, 1940- 1949.

 

23/8
NJ Programs- Events, 1950- 1959.

 

 

Box 24

 

 

24/1-24/3
NJ Programs- Events, 1960- 1969 (3).

 

24/4
NJ Programs- Events, 1970- 1979.

 

24/5
NJ Programs- Events, 1980- 1989.

 

24/6
NJ Programs- Events, 1990- 1999.

 

24/7                 NJ Programs- Events, Christine Todd Whitman Inauguration, 1998

 

24/8                 NJ Programs- Events, 2000-

 

 

Box 25

 

 

25/1-25/4
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, no date (4).

 

25/5
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1825- 1849.

 

25/6
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1850- 1859.

 

25/7
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1860- 1869.

 

25/8-25/9
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1870- 1879 (2).

 

25/10-25/12     NJ
Programs- Performing Arts, 1880- 1889 (3).

 

25/13-25/14     NJ
Programs- Performing Arts, 1890- 1899 (2 of 5).

 

 

Box 26

 

 

26/1-26/3
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1890- 1899 (3 of 5).

 

26/4
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1900.

 

26/5
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1901.

 

26/6
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1902.

 

26/7
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1903.

 

26/8
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1904.

 

26/9
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1905.

 

26/10
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1906.

 

26/11
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1907.

 

26/12
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1908.

 

26/13
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1909.

 

26/14
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1910.

 

26/15
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1911.

 

26/16
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1912.

 

26/17
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1913.

 

26/18
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1914.

 

26/19
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1915.

 

 

Box 27

 

 

27/1
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1916.

 

27/2
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1917.

 

27/3
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1918.

 

27/4
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1919.

 

27/5-27/6
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1920- 1929 (2).

 

27/7-27/9
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1930- 1939 (3).

 

27/10
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1940- 1949.

 

27/11
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1950- 1959.

 

27/12-27/13     NJ
Programs- Performing Arts, 1960- 1969 (2).

 

27/14
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1970- 1979.

 

27/15
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1980- 1989.

 

27/16
NJ Programs- Performing Arts, 1990-
.

 

 

 

 

Box 28

 

 

28/1
NJ Programs- Asbury Park Beach, 1911- 1912, no date.

 

28/2
NJ Programs- Association Hall, Newark, 1886- 1900, no date.

 

28/3-28/6
NJ Programs- Broad Street Theatre, Newark, 1916-1928, no date
(4).

 

28/7
NJ Programs- Broad St. & Schubert Theatres “Combined
Programmes.”

 

28/8
NJ Programs- Chamber Music Concerts, The Aldine, Newark, 1883.

 

28/9
NJ Programs- Elliott Street School Concerts, Newark, 1916- 1937.

 

28/10
NJ Programs- Essex County Symphony Society, Stadium Concerts,

 

1937-
1940; Paul Robeson Concert, 1941.

 

28/11
NJ Programs- John Harms Arts Center, Englewood, 1982- 1985.

 

28/12
NJ Programs- Lyric Theatre, Newark, 1908- 1909.

 

28/13
NJ Programs- Minstrels, Everyman’s Bible Class, 2nd
Presbyterian Church,
Newark, 1923-1945.

 

28/14
NJ Programs- Montclair State College “Summerfun”
Theater, Upper

 

Montclair,
1984.

 

28/15
NJ Programs- Mosque Theatre, Newark, 1927-1939, 1947- 1948, 1960.

 

28/16
NJ Programs- Mt. Prospect Theatre, Newark, 1923, 193?

 

 

Box 28A

 

 

28A/1-28A/5   NJ Programs- New
Jersey State Opera, Newark, 1975- 1988 (5).

 

28A/6-28A/7   NJ Programs- New
Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Newark, 1961- 1994 (2).

 

28A/8
NJ Programs- Newark Harmonic Society, Newark, 1886- 1888.

 

28A/9
NJ Programs- Newark Music Festival, Newark, 1915- 1928.

 

28A/10
NJ Programs- Newark Opera Club, Newark, 1931.

 

28A/11
NJ Programs- Newark Symphony Orchestra, 1922.

 

 

Box 28B

 

 

28B/1-28B/8    NJ Programs-
Newark Theatre, Newark, 1878- 1910 (8).

 

28B/9
NJ Programs- North Newark Artists’ Concerts, 1937- 1938, no
date.

 

28B/10
NJ Programs- Olympic Park Opera House, Newark, 1905- 1910.

 

28B/11
NJ Programs- Orpheum Theatre, Newark, 1913, 1921.

 

 

Box 28C

 

 

28C/1-28C/2   NJ Programs- Paper
Mill Playhouse, Millburn, 1955- 1967, no date (2).

 

28C/2a
NJ Programs-Pen and Point Circle of Caldwell, 1931-1950, no date (4).

 

28C/3
NJ Programs- The Play Fellows, Newark, 1913- 1914.

 

28C/4-28C/8   NJ Programs-
Proctor’s Theatre, Newark, 1903- 1910 (5).

 

28C/9
NJ Programs- Proctor’s Palace & Roof, Newark, 1918,
1923, 1927.

 

 

Box 28D

 

 

28D/1
NJ Programs- Rutgers University Concerts; New Jersey College for

 

Women
Concerts, 1868, 1934- 1935.

 

28D/2-28D/6   NJ Programs-
Schubert Theatre, Newark, 1906- 1938 (5).

 

28D/7
NJ Programs- The Schubert Vocal Society, Newark, 1887-  1900.

 

28D/8
NJ Programs- The Unity  Concerts, Montclair, 1980- 1982.

 

28D/9
NJ Programs- Wallace Hall Concerts, Newark, 1905- 1910.

 

28D/10
NJ Programs- Waterloo Festival, Waterloo Village, 1984-1986.

 

28D/11
NJ Programs- Movie Theaters: The Elwood, Newark, 1934- 1945.

 

28D/12
NJ Programs- Movie Theaters: The Kent, Newark, c.1940s.

 

28D/13
NY Programs- Performing Arts, 1817- 1892, no date.

 

28D/14
NY Programs- “Views & Film Index,” New York, Dec.
29, 1906.

 

28D/15
NJ Programs- New Jersey Center for the Performing Arts (NJAC),
1997.

 

Box 28E    Oversize

 

 

28E/1-28E/5    NJ Programs-
Grand Opera House, Newark; Park Theatre, Newark,
1880- 1887 (5).

 

 

 

Box 28F    Oversize

 

 

28F/1
NJ Programs- Suburban playbills, 1927, no date.

 

28F/2
NJ Programs- Newark playbills, miscellaneous, 1920- 1929, no
date.

 

28F/3
NJ Programs- Newark playbills, miscellaneous, 1929- 1950.

 

28F/4
NJ Programs- H.R. Jacob’s New Theatre, Newark, 1890- 1892.

 

28F/5
NJ Programs- Miner’s Newark Theatre, Newark, 1886- 1887.

 

28F/6
NY Programs- Union Sq. Theatre, New York, 1874; Daly’s
Theatre, New

 

York,
1886.

 

 

Box 28g

 

 

28g/1
Theater programs, 1920-1925 Scrapbook. Newark

 

28g/2
Theater programs.

 

 

New Jersey Greeting Cards.
19th-20th century. 2 ft.

 

 

Greeting cards for Christmas, Easter, New
Years, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Valentines Day. and Birthdays.
Also cards concerning sympathy, railroads and Westminster Lesson
cards.

 

 

Box 29

 

 

29/1-29/2
Misc. cards (2).

 

29/3-29/5
Birthday cards (3)

 

29/6-29/7
Christmas–art from museums and collections (2).

 

29/8-29/10
Christmas—general (3).

 

 

Box 30

 

 

30/1-30/2
Christmas–general (2).

 

30/3-30/5
Christmas–historic (3).

 

30/6-30/9
Christmas–old (4).

 

 

Box 31

 

 

31/1-31/3
Christmas—old (3).

 

31/4-31/5
Christmas–religious (2).

 

31/6-31/7
Christmas cards and invitations–humorous (2).

 

31/8-31/9
Christmas & New Years–old postcards (2).

 

 

Box 32

 

 

32/1
Christmas & New Years—old  postcards

 

32/2
Christmas & New Years–foreign.

 

32/3-32/5
Easter (3).

 

32/6
Easter & Religious–post cards.

 

32/7
Halloween.

 

32/8
New Years.

 

32/9
Railroad–birthday, Christmas, Valentine’s Day.

 

32/10
Sympathy.

 

32/11
Thanksgiving.

 

32/12
Valentine’s Day–NJ Interest.

 

 

Box 33

 

 

33/1-33/2
Valentine’s Day–NJ Interest (2)

 

33/3-33/9
Valentine’s Day (7).

 

 

Box 34

 

 

34/1-34/4
Valentine’s Day–laced trim (4).

 

34/5
Valentine’s Day–children’s & humorous.

 

34/6-34/7
Valentine’s Day–post cards/other cards (2).

 

34/8-34/9
Valentine’s Day–with silk (2).

 

34/10
Westminster Lesson Cards.

 

 

EPHEMERA Scrapbooks, 19th
century. 21 volumes.

 

 

The Ephemera Scrapbooks consist mostly of
albums constructed by late 19th century New
Jerseyeans. These items deals more with business cards, prints
(colored and black and white) and other materials. The ephemeral
scrapbooks deal less with newsclippings.

 

Prior to 1995 these scrapbooks were
collected by the Museum department because  the printed
cards and “stickers” in the albums made them appear
more object-oriented rather than informational. The Scrapbook
collection (MG 1494) was collected by the library mostly from
scrapbooks filled with newsclippings, photographs, and other
materials..

 

 

Box 35/1.
1. Tangager Composition Book. 180 cigar bands and 13 postage
stamps.

 

Box 38 /1.
2. Abbie May Vanderveer Album (Pluckamin, NJ), 1884? Painted
portrait of young girl on the album cover. “40 pages of
553” assorted business, greeting and calling cards carefully
arranged and including: animals, fruits, babies, landscapes,
holidays, seasons, flowers and humorous and religious themes.

 

Box 35 /2.
3. 1954.268: A. Sturges Card Album, 1881. (From E.H. Sturges?)
Business cards from NY, Boston, CT, PA, Texas and Virginia.
Scenes of hotels; tickets; mostly cards from dry goods companies.
The New York Times 1887 calendar card. 5 pages, many loose cards.

 

Box 35/3.
4. C2869: Card Album. (Same album as #3; no inscription.)
Business cards; Easter, Christmas, New Year and birthday cards.
10 pages.

 

Box 35/4.
5. Scrap Book (blue). Late 1800s. Business and greeting cards for
dry goods stores, shoes, confectioners; holiday cards. Many cigar
box wrappers (loose).

 

Box 35/5.
6. 1955.88: Scrap Book (green), “Katie Bomm”? (on last
page), 1878. Decal stickers of cupids, flowers, birds, dogs,
butterflies, horses, children and fruit baskets. Also enclosed,
MG #866: “Called to the Rescue,” picture woven in silk,
1881, and assorted unfinished home-made embroidered bookmarks.

 

Box 36/1.
7. Album, 1880s-1890s. Broken spine. Newspaper clippings of
marriages and poems on front and back covers. Business cards,
decal stickers, newspaper stories and cut-outs. A postcard: Gift
to NJHS from Alfred L. Snyder?, 11/3/1950 (Shroudsburg, PA)

 

Box 36/2.
8. Margery Austen Ryerson, High St., Newark, Scrap Album. C.
1885. Broken spine. Business cards for dry goods and holiday
cards.

 

Box 38/2.
9. Scrap Album (pink), “Alice” (on inside envelope).
Girl’s collages of newspaper and magazine cut-outs with her
own drawings. Some paper dolls, animal cut-outs, soldiers and
story-telling collage pictures. Collage scenes of “bath
room,” “day nursery,” parlor and the kitchen.

 

Box 36/3.
10. Cornelia Paterson Boggs Album, July – August 28, 1897.
Business and greeting cards, but primarily magazine and newspaper
cut-outs of pictures, including: animals, cartoons, historic
places and hotels (the Catskills, West Point, Coney Island),
famous people (Jenny Lind, William McKinley, Queen Victoria),
residences, trains and ships, and graphics.

 

Box 37/1.
11.  C3, UC-10108: Album (brown suede). Copies of prints
(etchings and engravings) of the English countryside and its
churches, cathedrals, colleges, historic buildings and
residences; English towns and sites of interest.

 

Box 37/2.
12. Album (blue and yellow marble). Commercial calendars
(1896?-1904) and large business cards; Peter Henderson & Co.
(NY) plant catalogues (cover pages), florals.

 

Box 38/3.
13.  Album (large blue with portrait of lady in upper left
corner), 1878? Business cards, including New Home Sewing Machine
Co., Prudential Insurance, Easter cards and postcards. One large
print, published by Geo. Stinson, 1878, “Can’t You
Talk” (child and dog).

 

Box 41/1.
14. Scrapbook “Good Bye” (Brown with flying balloon on
cover), c. 1900. Postcards and some business cards. Sports,
landscapes, the A&P, flowers and children. Magazine pictures
by Norman Rockwell, Charles W. Simpson (Ladies’ Home
Journal) and others.

 

Box  38/4.
15.  Atta Drew Scrapbook (Millburn, NJ), late 1800s.
Business cards, including Drew’s Yeast Powder, Stoutenburghs
(Newark), the A&P; cats, flowers, babies and birds. Also
Christmas, Easter and New Year’s cards.

 

Box 39/1.
16. 1968.11: Mrs. Jesse I. Taylor Album (Bloomfield, NJ),
3/15/1884. Approx. 100 pages of business cards, some in french,
including dry goods, clothiers, furniture, milliners, shoes,
foods and pharmacy products and wallpaper hangers. Sunshine
Publishers, holiday cards and themes: cartoons, animals, cupids
and lovers, babies and people.

 

Box 39/2.
17.C2914: Mrs. Mary Anne Dell Moffit Card and Scrapbook. (Born
1825, NYC – died 1891. Lived in Mt. Vernon, NY.) Given to NJHS by
her granddaughter, Miss Anna L. Moore, 96 Haddon Pl., Upper
Montclair, NJ, May 1948.) Newspaper clippings of historic events
and items of interest. Map of lower Manhattan (Harper’s
Weekly, 1873); decal stickers of the states (U.S.) and the world
flags; obituaries and factual news and trivia.

 

Box 42/1.
18.  Album (large red velvet). Approx. 50 pages of business
cards including J&P Coats’ Threads, clothiers, bakeries,
glassware and milliners; Metropolitan Life Insurance. Themes:
birds, babies, flowers and sonnets.

 

Box 40/1.
19.  1954.269: Album (large marble). Copies of prints
(etchings and engravings) of scenes of cities (NY, Boston,
Philadelphia) and historic places, events and people (from
Appleton’s Journal, Sartain’s Magazine). Also, five
Japanese landscape prints on rice? Paper.

 

Box 40/2.
20. “Gems of Beauty” Album. A book of prints and poems
published by Longman & Co. (London, 1836) and Appleton &
Co. (NY), with business cards and postcards pasted in; horses,
snowy scenes, Easter, children, fruits and flowers.

 

Box 40/3.
21.  UC-2169: Miss Marsh Scrap Book, Volume 2, August 1910.
Newspaper clippings of historic events; magazine articles such as
“The Naval Campaign of 1776 on Lake Champlain”
(Scribner’s, 1898), articles from Munsey’s Magazine
(1902) pictures and news clippings from Boston, West Point and
other Revolutionary War sites; The New York Tribune (1895); The
Evening Post (1901); scenes of Manhattan.

 

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